ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Karen Thompson 51 years old , born on July 19, 1964 and passed away on September 14, 2015. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Nancy Thompson on September 14, 2020
Today is a very hard day for me...I lost my sister to stage 4 Glioblastoma brain cancer five years ago. Karen was 51 years old and a single mother. My heart aches and my mind still can not comprehend that she is gone. I miss her very much always! Whenever I look at old pictures, or think Of her, I break down and cry. I miss being able to call and speak to her on the phone, and hearing her voice. I feel blessed to have had her in my life as long as I did, but that still doesn’t ease the pain in my heart. We didn’t always get along with each other, but we always had each other’s backs. Karen was so accepting of me and Lisa being together. She always called lisa her favorite sister in law. I know that Lisa loves and misses her as much as I do because they were pretty close. 

I know that Karen is no longer suffering from the torture of her cancer, and all of the side effects of it. I know where she is, and that she was there waiting for our dad when he passed a few months after she did. I know I should have peace in my heart and mind for that simple reason, but I really don’t! I struggle with it constantly. Why was she taken from us? From her special needs son? It just doesn’t make any sense to me. Maybe, we aren’t supposed to question God or things that happen in our lives, but I do. And if that is wrong, I am sorry. Bottom line is this...I feel like she was stolen from my life and from our lives. I miss her so much!! I love my sister!!!
Posted by Nancy Thompson on July 20, 2019
Today is your birthday, and I wanted to hear your voice once again when I told you Happy 55th birthday!!! I love and miss you always, Sis!!! You will be always in my heart and mind!!!
Posted by Nancy Thompson on May 14, 2016
I miss you, Karen, every day since you have been gone...love you very much sis!!!

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Posted by Nancy Thompson on September 14, 2020
Today is a very hard day for me...I lost my sister to stage 4 Glioblastoma brain cancer five years ago. Karen was 51 years old and a single mother. My heart aches and my mind still can not comprehend that she is gone. I miss her very much always! Whenever I look at old pictures, or think Of her, I break down and cry. I miss being able to call and speak to her on the phone, and hearing her voice. I feel blessed to have had her in my life as long as I did, but that still doesn’t ease the pain in my heart. We didn’t always get along with each other, but we always had each other’s backs. Karen was so accepting of me and Lisa being together. She always called lisa her favorite sister in law. I know that Lisa loves and misses her as much as I do because they were pretty close. 

I know that Karen is no longer suffering from the torture of her cancer, and all of the side effects of it. I know where she is, and that she was there waiting for our dad when he passed a few months after she did. I know I should have peace in my heart and mind for that simple reason, but I really don’t! I struggle with it constantly. Why was she taken from us? From her special needs son? It just doesn’t make any sense to me. Maybe, we aren’t supposed to question God or things that happen in our lives, but I do. And if that is wrong, I am sorry. Bottom line is this...I feel like she was stolen from my life and from our lives. I miss her so much!! I love my sister!!!
Posted by Nancy Thompson on July 20, 2019
Today is your birthday, and I wanted to hear your voice once again when I told you Happy 55th birthday!!! I love and miss you always, Sis!!! You will be always in my heart and mind!!!
Posted by Nancy Thompson on May 14, 2016
I miss you, Karen, every day since you have been gone...love you very much sis!!!
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Shared by Nancy Thompson on May 14, 2016

I can remember when I flew home from Scotland to attend our grandma Pickett's funeral.  Karen picked me up in Jonesboro, and I hadn't seen her in about a year.  I had picked up the Scottish accent and was speaking like them.  She could not understand me, lol.  She said, "you were born a hic, so you need to sound like one, and stop that weird talking."  She made me laugh...it is the little things that make you smile, and remember the happy times with your loved ones that have left us...